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Privilege Style, also known as Privilege Lineas Aereas, is a non-scheduled Spanish airline that offers charter passenger flights. The airline is based at Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD) and offers flights all around the world, depending on the route of the charter flight.

The airline was founded in 2003 and mainly operates flights on behalf of other airlines, as well as sports teams, tour operators and other customers that charter whole aircraft. In the past, the airline has flown flights for football teams in the men's Spanish football league, La Liga, as well as the men's Spanish national football team.

The airline often flies on behalf of airlines that are unable to fly certain routes due to aircraft maintenance or other factors, as well as operating its own flights on a charter basis.

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What Makes Privilege Style a Non-Scheduled Airline?

Privilege Style is a non-scheduled airline because it doesn't follow a regular schedule to operate its flights. All of the airline's flights are booked on an irregular basis. For example, a company or passenger might want to private charter one of the airline's planes.

Or, quite often, the airline flies on behalf of other airlines to help them carry out a service that they can no longer fly themselves. In this case, a passenger might have booked a flight on Norwegian but some time after booking, Norwegian is no longer available to operate the flight. Therefore, Norwegian would ask Privilege Style to operate the flight on their behalf.

Because the airline has no set schedule or commitment to fly to any destinations, it can fly to anywhere in the world at any time, as long as it has the permissions to do so. This means that the airline could be hired to fly to a different destination every time that it flies, with no set guarantee to return to that destination again.


As a charter airline, Privilege Style doesn't fly to any set destinations. In the past, it has flown to destinations all across the world, including Helsinki, New York, Amsterdam, Cape Town, Rome and more.


Generally, passengers are given a free baggage allowance of 20 kg. However, the baggage allowance will depend on the route flown.

For exact allowance, the baggage amount for the flight will be shown to passengers at the time of booking and will be displayed on the e-ticket after they've bought their flight.

Class Fares

The airline only has two cabin classes, Economy Class and Business Class.

Economy Class is a simple, standard cabin, perfect for a relaxed journey at an affordable price.

The Business Class cabin offers more luxury, in a separate section of the cabin, with an exclusive service and more space for each passenger.


Economy Class is set out in a 3 x 3 configuration on short-haul flights and a 3 x 3 x 3 configuration on long-haul flights.

As Business Class is only available on long-haul flights, seats are set out in a 2 x 2 x 2 configuration.


The airline offers what it calls a 'five-star catering service' on board. Depending on the length of the flight, passengers will be served snacks, drinks and/or a hot meal. Meals are typically served on longer flights, with light snacks and refreshments served on shorter flights.

The airline uses crockery, glassware and metal cutlery for meals on all flights.


WIFI isn't available on Privilege Style flights at this time. However, the airline has announced to install WIFI on its flights in the near future.



Online check-in isn't available for flights on Privilege Style.


Passengers must check-in at the airport for their flight. This can be done by visiting one of the check-in counters at the airport of departure and presenting the relevant travel documents.

Check-in deadlines will differ depending on the route flown but passengers should arrive well in advance of the deadline to allow enough time to pass through the airport.


The airline has a fleet, with planes from Airbus and Boeing. This includes models such as the A321-200, Boeing 757-200, Boeing 757-200 ER and Boeing 757-300ER.

Hub Airport

Madrid Barajas Airport

Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD) is the main international airport in Spain's capital, Madrid and the airport base for Privilege Style. Although Madrid Barajas is Privilege Style's official base, as a charter airline, the airline doesn't use Madrid Barajas as a traditional hub where most of its flights depart from. The airline's flights depart from all over the world. However, the majority of its fleet is stationed at Madrid airport.

Madrid Barajas is also a hub for Air Europa and Iberia. Although, many other airlines fly to/from the airport, including airBaltic, Brussels Airlines, Cubana, Evelop, Korean Air, Malta Air, Pegasus Airlines, Saudia, Volotea, Wamos Air and more.

Alternative Airlines to Privilege Style

Evelop and Vueling are both Spanish airlines that fly some of the same routes as Privilege Style.

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